Every day there is a lot happening to make Glasgow a safer, cleaner, better place. We want to tell everyone who works, lives and visits the city about the work which is underway. From community events to city-wide initiatives, this is where you can find out more.
New Campaign Targets Underage Drinking Hotspots
Street drinking and antisocial behaviour are being tackled in a blitz on two city hotspots.read more
Hundreds of Volunteers Tackle Litter in Communities
A huge clean up involving around 200 volunteers has taken place across Robroyston, Barmulloch and East Balornock.
School pupils, church congregations, businesses, residents associations and housing providers got together to pick up litter in the three neighbourhoods.read more
Glasgow Fast Forwards to the Future
Glasgow is embarking on an ambitious £24million programme aimed at using technology to make life in the city smarter, safer and more sustainable.read more
Grants Help Residents Transform Eyesore Lane
Residents in Battlefield are celebrating after securing council grants to gate and resurface a lane plagued by antisocial behaviour.read more
Best Bar None Glasgow Awards to be Biggest Yet
Glasgow employer, Tennent's Caledonian Breweries, has been unveiled as a new funding partner for the Best Bar None Scotland awards.read more
Stop Stalking in its Tracks
Stalking victim Ann Moulds today (April 16th) helped launch a Glasgow campaign highlighting the warning signs of a crime that ruins lives.
Ann is backing a new multi-agency campaign designed to make people aware of the early indicators of stalking and urging them to seek help.read more
Campaign to Keep Knightswood Crackin'
West End residents are being urged to join a campaign to Keep Knightswood Crackin'.
A family fun day will be at the centre of four days of action designed to enhance and improve quality of life for Knightswood residents.read more
Offenders Helps Spruce up Woodland
Offenders are helping clear a community woodland of rubbish and fly-tipping.
Community Payback teams have joined a clean-up of Malls Mire, Toryglen, organised by Urban Roots.read more
Innovation Award for Clampdown on Dirty Dog Owners
A zero tolerance campaign which saw an irresponsible dog owner evicted has won a prestigious innovation award.read more
Expansion for Best Bar None Awards
Glasgow's Best Bar None awards are being expanded this year with three new categories and an extension into the East End of the city.
The moves are designed to boost the number of entries to an all-time high and to recognise the efforts of smaller community based venues.read more
Trainee Brian Motors Into New Job
Teenager Brian Walker's search for work was proving fruitless and frustrating until he landed a training course with Glasgow Community & Safety Services (GCSS).
Now the 18-year-old has earned a full-time post with specialist van outfitters Vanax Ltd in Dalmarnock.read more
Bodycams Help Protect Clean Glasgow Officers
Bodycams are being drafted in to boost Glasgow's blitz on litter and dog fouling.
Video camera badges are being issued to all Community Enforcement Officers (CEOs) who issue Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) to litter louts and irresponsible dog owners as part of the Clean Glasgow campaign.read more
Festive Revellers Urged to Get Home Safely
Office party goers and those enjoying festive celebrations are being urged to use Glasgow's Nite Zones to get home safely in the lead up to Christmas.read more
Glasgow Joins 16 Days of Action Against Violence
Glasgow residents are being urged to join a march raising awareness of violence against women.read more
Hundreds of Dirty Dog Owners Collared
More than 600 Glasgow dog owners have been collared for failing to pick up after their pets.read more
CEOs assist in arrest
CEOs on patrol in Townhead, assisted Police in the arrest of a male causing disorder and involved in theft.read more
Community Payback Services - This week
This week our Community Payback Services will be carrying out projects in these areas.read more
The Elderpark Table
When 27 diseased trees had to be felled in Elder Park, our Community Payback Training Centre, stepped in to give them a new life.read more
CEOs avert potential tragedy
Community Enforcement Officers averted potential tragedy when they spotted 2yr old child at sill of open 2nd floor window.read more
IFSEC Award Winners
“Glasgow Community and Safety Services represents the perfect liaison between a city council and the local police service aimed squarely at fighting crime and improving the environment for residents and businesses alike...